successively[ suh k-ses-iv ]SEE DEFINITION OF successively
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUCCESSIVELY
This voice was heard three years successively, but no one regarded it.
Denmark, Sweden, and Russia, were then successively visited by him.
She successively exhausted the magic lantern, the dolly, and the chair.
All the torments that Scottish law knew of were successively applied.
This Gentleman has stood five years successively and as often Negativ'd.
Successively laid over, it triumphed at length in 1806 and 1807.
Apply to them, I say, successively to print this letter for you.
Bateman could give but one answer to these questions, as they were successively put to him.
They have been accomplished at various times, but not successively.
Smith was successively first elder, prophet, seer, and revelator.
early 15c., from Medieval Latin successivus, from success-, stem of succedere (see succeed). Related: Successively.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUCCESSIVELY
- again and again
- as a rule
- at regular intervals
- at short intervals
- at times
- by ordinary
- every now and then
- in many instances
- in quick succession
- many a time
- many times
- not infrequently
- not seldom
- over and over
- thick and fast
- time and again
- very often